The 2d half of the 2021 FIA Licensed Gran Turismo Championships season kicks off with “World Sequence – Spherical 3,” which is scheduled for broadcast on Sunday, October 3 at 16h00 CEST on the suited FIA and Gran Turismo channels.
Spherical 3 of the World Sequence, a international on-line competition where the kill drivers from across the globe bound wheel-to-wheel in a four-round/two-season competition, will characteristic drivers from the 2021 World Sequence Showdown (a bustle between opponents from the 2020 World Finals and the handiest from Season 1 of the On-line Sequence).
For the Producer Sequence, the 12 high groups from the “On-line Sequence – Season 1,” including Toyota and Mazda, the suited companions of the 2021 On-line Sequence, will bound at it to with several recent faces making their World Sequence debuts.
Which nation and producer steadily is the winner? Don’t leave out the intense battles between the Championships’ handiest gamers!
Countries Cup Competitors
Ryota Kokubun (Japan) ; Valerio Gallo (Italy) ; Jose Serrano (Spain) ; Coque Lopez (Spain) ; Igor Fraga (Brazil) ; Angel Inostroza (Chile) ; Takuma Miyazono (Japan) ; Adam Tapai (Hungary) ; Nikita Moysov (Czech Republic) ; Adriano Carrazza (Brazil) ; Tomoaki Yamanaka (Japan) ; Lucas Bonelli (Brazil) ; Kanata Kawakami (Japan) ; Andrew Lee (Australia) ; Nicolas Romero (Spain) ; Quinten Jehoul (Belgium).
Producer Sequence Competitors
Igor Fraga (Toyota) ; Ryota Kokubun (Mazda) ; Quinten Jehoul (Peugeot) ; Hiroshi Okumoto (Volkswagen) ; Adam Tapai (Jaguar) ; Takuma Miyazono (Subaru) ; Alonso Regalado (Aston Martin) ; Baptiste Beauvois (Mercedes-Benz) ; Yuhki Araki (Dodge) ; Shohei Sugimori (Honda) ; Jose Serrano (Porsche) ; Mario Straka (Nissan).